– Please refer to your university instructions, Bristol Bounds recommend a left margin of 25mm or greater, with all other margins set at 20mm
– If you require double sided printing please make sure that the margins are correct on the front and reverse side of the pages (mirror image) and that the pagination is also in the correct position on both
- Click File > Export > Create PDF/XPS.
- Choose where you want to save the PDF file.TIPS To avoid including information you don’t want to share, click Options. Then click Document and uncheck the Document properties box. Set any other options you want and click OK.
- Click Publish.
Now you have your original Word document and a PDF copy of it.
Other PDF options
To make a PDF from only some of the pages in your document, click an option under Page range.
Check the setting under Publish what. To include tracked changes in the PDF, click Document showing markup. Otherwise, make sure Document is clicked.
To create a set of bookmarks in that readers can click in the PDF document, click the Create bookmarks using box. Then click Headings or, if you added bookmarks to your document, Bookmarks.
As mentioned in the tip above, you might not want to include property information in the PDF. If you do want to include it, click the Document properties box.
To make the document easier for screen-reading software to read, click the Document structure tags for accessibility box.
ISO 19005-1 This option outputs the PDF document using the PDF/A standard, which is an archiving standard. The PDF/A standard preserves the document so it will look the same when it’s opened in the future.
Open a PDF file in Word
You can grab any content you want from a PDF by opening it in Word 2013.
Convert a PDF in Word 2013 by clicking File > Open and selecting the PDF file. Word opens the content in a new file, and you can copy the content you want—including images and diagrams. For more information, see Convert PDF files to Word documents you can edit.